Manga Review

Magus of the Library Volume 2 Review
Manga Review

Magus of the Library Volume 2 Review

Magus of the Library Volume 2 Review
Magus of the Library continues to impress with its likeable characters, fascinating story and beautiful artwork. Now that my concerns from the end of Volume 1 have been alleviated, I’m looking forward to seeing where Theo’s journey takes him and if he truly can become a Kafna.
• 26th September 2019
If I Could Reach You Volume 1 Review
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If I Could Reach You Volume 1 Review

If I Could Reach You Volume 1 Review
When high school girl Uta realises the feelings she has for her first love, it's more than a little too late - as the bubbly Kaoru's only just married Uta's brother! Now living together, Uta must come to terms with her too-late love in "If I Could Reach You", a stunning new yuri manga series, and the debut of tMnR.
• 23rd September 2019
Silver Spoon Volume 10 Manga Review
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Silver Spoon Volume 10 Manga Review

Silver Spoon Volume 10 Manga Review
Volume 10 is a lot of fun, as is expected for Silver Spoon, and maintains the quality in story and characters established by mangaka Hiromu Arakawa so far. We get some character development for Hachiken and Komaba, get to witness the production and sale of sausages and meet a colourful new character in Shingo's Russian wife Alexandra.
• 15th September 2019
O Maidens in your Savage Season Volume 3 Review
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O Maidens in your Savage Season Volume 3 Review

O Maidens in your Savage Season Volume 3 Review
Overall, this volume of O Maidens in your Savage Season brings the series into a comfortable position where it begins to flesh out the story. With the characters learning a lot about themselves and their emotions in this springtime of youth, the manga is still a fantastic read that will keep you eagerly turning the pages.
• 28th August 2019
Witch Hat Atelier Volume 3 Review
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Witch Hat Atelier Volume 3 Review

Witch Hat Atelier Volume 3 Review
As Coco and Agott fall foul of the stern Knights Moralis, are their budding careers as witches over before they’ve barely begun? Find out in the third enthralling instalment of Kamome Shirahama’s exquisitely drawn fantasy manga.
• 27th August 2019
Sky Hawk Review
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Sky Hawk Review

Sky Hawk Review
Sky Hawk is a western-themed manga that tells the story of two former samurai, Hikosaburô Soma and Manzô Shiotsu, who in May 1869 crossed to San Francisco on an immigrant ship to seek a new world. The two samurai thought they had left behind the way of Bushido but find themselves embroiled in the awful conflicts between the Native American tribes and the American government.
• 13th August 2019
Snow White with the Red Hair Volume 2 Review
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Snow White with the Red Hair Volume 2 Review

Snow White with the Red Hair Volume 2 Review
Overall the second volume of Snow White with the Red Hair shifts the focus away from romance and onto the growing cast of characters. This move delivers some excellent character development which will no doubt increase our enjoyment of the series going forward.
• 4th August 2019
Dive!! Volume 3 Review
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Dive!! Volume 3 Review

Dive!! Volume 3 Review
Overall Dive!! comes to an end without leaving a splash. Those of you looking for a shorter sports series may enjoy this provided you don’t mind the lack of technical information on diving.
• 1st August 2019
Love in Focus Volume 3 Review
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Love in Focus Volume 3 Review

Love in Focus Volume 3 Review
Now that we’ve reached the end of Love in Focus, I can look back and say I enjoyed the series quite a lot. The characters were likeable and the romance was intriguing. Anyone looking for a shorter shojo series should definitely give this one a read.
• 27th July 2019
Magus of the Library Volume 1 Review
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Magus of the Library Volume 1 Review

Magus of the Library Volume 1 Review
Overall, I loved every second I spent with Magus of the Library. Theo is a likeable main character, with a passion for books as mighty as my own. The story itself is relatable to anyone who loves printed media, and younger readers will be captivated by the fantasy elements.
• 23rd July 2019
Little Miss P Review
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Little Miss P Review

Little Miss P Review
Overall, Little Miss P is an entertaining read on a usually taboo subject. It’s certainly not for everyone but I can see plenty of people getting a kick out of the quirky stories being told.
• 2nd July 2019